China prosecuted more than 3,500 people for pollution-related crimes in the first 10 months of the year, up nearly 40 percent on a year ago, law enforcement authorities said.
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The house, known as CUBO, uses engineered bamboo and can be put together in four hours at a cost of 60 pounds per square meter.
The opposition, which regards Mahinda Rajapaksa's administration as illegitimate, said it intends to remove funding for staff salaries and other costs in a vote on Nov. 29.
The Asia Times, citing unidentified diplomatic sources and analysts, reported on Thursday that Beijing had been lobbying Cambodia since 2017 for a naval base in Koh Kong Province.
The case could have repercussions for hundreds of other protesters who have not yet been charged.
The US said there would be no end to its tariffs until China changed its ways, after China warned that the shadow of protectionism and unilateralism was hanging over global growt
Two years after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced a divorce with old ally the US in return for bumper business ties with China, he doesn't have much to show for it.
US President Donald Trump didn't make it to this week's summit of Asian nations in Singapore, but his influence was still keenly felt among the leaders who gathered in the city.
US vice president voiced Washington's strongest condemnation yet of Myanmar's treatment of Rohingya Muslims, stating that persecution by the country's army was without excuse.
The minister responsible for overseeing cybersecurity preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Games has caused embarrassment and concern over preparations for the global sporting event.
One such application aims to take the spotlight off the victim and focus on the areas where crimes are committed so action can be taken.
The US took the bells as trophies after the 1901 clash and turned them into a memorial to the 45 fallen US soldiers. It killed hundreds or thousands of people in a counterattack.
Pence also said that Washington wanted to see a free and democratic press in Myanmar, and the jailing of two journalists last year was "deeply troubling" for millions of Americans
Malaysian PM said Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was trying to "defend the indefensible" over alleged atrocities committed by the country's military against minority Rohingya Muslims.